Prayer wheels are used to accumulate wisdom, merit and purify negatives according to the lineage texts on prayer wheels.
In Buddhism, Buddha's have created a variety of skillful means to help bring practitioners closer to realizing enlightenment. The idea of spinning mantras is one of the many upayas.
The practitioner most often spins the wheel clockwise, as the direction in which the mantras are written is that of the movement of the sun across the sky.
The practitioner turns the wheel and repeats the 'Om Mani Padme Hum' mantra, which not only increases the merit earned by the wheel's use but as a mind stabilization technique that trains the mind while the body is in motion.
This practise has benefits even if one does it when distracted and as stated in the lineage texts, even an insect that crosses a prayer wheel's shadow will get some benefit.
It's a Buddhist tradition of dedicating any accumulated merits that one may have gathered during practise, including the practise of the prayer wheel, to the benefit of all sentient beings. .
I am home!
At the end of noon
When it's dawn,
I'm keen to go to my favorite place
To relax and chill with my fellow mates.
Sitting beside the window
Feeling the thrill of cold wind and mesmerizing view,
Our lives are evanescent as morning dew.
Summers in hills are mild
Tea and coffee are prefer here all time.
We enjoy every sip of cappuccino with heartfelt conversation ,
Happiness is to live the reality and imagining a beautiful destination. ❤
The silent whisper of the wind, sun-kissed blushes, the naive remembrance of the inevitable heartbreaks and the constant humming of music that could change your life! "Oh, to see without my eyes
The first time that you kissed me
Boundless by the time I cried
I built your walls around me
White noise, what an awful sound
Fumbling by Rogue River
Feel my feet above the ground
Hand of God, deliver me.. Oh, oh woe-oh-woah is me
The first time that you touched me
Oh, will wonders ever cease?
Blessed be the mystery of love
Trapped in this 21days lockdown period, I so wanna set free again, and so do you definitely..🙂🙃 Since we have to keep calm and stay home, why not catch the glimpses from our travel diaries..🧐 Small little things add up to give a bigger bunch of joy.. 😄
Here is a song for you guys "Ei to ami chai..," a Bengali song meaning "This is what I want.." from the movie হেমলক সোসাইটি ↔ Hemlock Society.
I sang and made this clip randomly while I was on holiday stay at a beautiful place Ramdhura Village, Kalimpong.
For those friends who don't understand Bengali, just enjoy the video and 'bhavnao ko samjho' 😜😜😜
watch the whole video u will see mountains, greenery and flowers of all colours literally. 🌲🌳🌹🌷🌺🌸🌼🌻⛰
If you like it, please go to my YouTube channel "Little Things" and please SUBSCRIBE,LIKE & SHARE.
I am a new YouTuber, please motivate me with your love and support. Also give your views on my content and suggest me with more songs u want me to sing for you... Loads of love💚
Well it is slowly getting popular in mainland India but it has been around for decades in the hills of Darjeeling, Kalimpong and Sikkim. We generally call them Momo and is usually stuffed with minced pork. Very similar to the thin momo found on the streets of India this variety of momo has its uniqueness in its covering. Soft and fluffy texture is attained with the use of yeast.
Its quite tricky to get it perfect but if you have an experience with using yeast or baking bread or even pizza dough you will probably have an upper hand.
i do have a video incase you want to try it out-